Below we highlight further oral histories and interviews conducted by other organizations, which further illuminate the history of incarceration in the state of Washington.

Mark Cook (2005)

As part of its Seattle Black Panther History and Memory Project, the Seattle Civil Rights and Labor History Project posted an interview with Mark Cook. Cook co-founded the Black Panther chapter at the Washington State Penitentiary in Walla Walla, and was a member of the George Jackson Brigade. Below is a series of short videos from this 2005 interview:

Updates from the University of Washington Bothell's Project on Mass Incarceration in Washington State